Alex Ashcroft is offering a surround sound workshop Tuesday night ( tomorrow). The workshop will demonstrate how to develop a surround sound project. The workshop will meet from 7-9 pm in the Harder Hall Studio in the Fuse Lab section where we have built a small room.
All you will need is a note book and some sound files on a flash drive.
Sophomore REGISTRATION OPENS on Friday APRIL 10!
The Vintage, Italian illustrator Franco Brambilla
Just an early heads-up. Sophomores who want to go abroad in the spring of their junior year should make an appointment to meet with Vicki Westacott at least three semesters ahead of the desired abroad study trip. For more info see the attached handout for an overview of the options available for students in Art and Design. Art and Design Handout
Please join us for two events that celebrate the work of Spring 2015 Foundations Randall Chairs Joanna Wright and Alex Ashcroft. On Monday March 30th at 6pm in Nevins Joanna and Alex will lecture about their work. On the following Monday, April 6, stop by the Turner Gallery from 12pm – 4pm to see an audio-visual work-in-progress, called Atomfa as well as hear some examples of Alex’s experimental ambisonic pieces.
Art Talk: Monday, March 30th
Location: Nevins Theater
Cost to Attend: Free
Exhibition: Monday, April 6th
Time: 12 – 4PM
Location: Robert C. Turner Gallery
Cost to Attend: Free
Visiting Designers Presentations
Nevins Theatre, PCC
The Divisions of Expanded Media and Foundations are co-hosting three visitings designers to share their passion for design. Our guests include:
Emil Schult, artist, designer, poet, musician<http://www.emilschult.de/home.html>, and current Theodore Randall International Chair in the Division of Expanded Media.
Allister Klingensmith, Designer, Pointpath Studios<http://pointpath.co/> and Alfred SoAD BFA 2004 graduate.
Nick Kuder, Designer and design educator, Cranbrook MFA, and currently teaching at the Gwen Frostic SoAD<http://www.wmich.edu/art/> at Western Michigan University.
The Robert C. Turner Gallery is looking for exhibition submissions for the upcoming Fall Semester! This is a great opportunity to propose a show on a theme of your choosing and gain the experience of curating and hanging work in a beautiful gallery space on campus. To look at images of past shows please check the Turner Flickr page and their Blog.
Information regarding submissions is here. The deadline for submissions is Aprli 6th!
The Turner Gallery is a student-run space, meaning the directors, gallery officers, and exhibition maintenance staff are all students, just like you. If you have any interest in becoming a part of the gallery team- whether you are interested in hanging work, designing posters, or organizing schedules – you should sign up for the Turner internship class. The interns vote on show applications, assist in hanging art work, create PR materials, photograph shows, and update social media platforms. They keep the gallery running in a professional manner. If any of this interests you – get involved!